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Patrolling points do not define the Indian claim in East Ladakh LAC

The Narendra Modi government has made it clear to the Indian Army that the 65 patrolling points on Ladakh LAC do not represent the Indian claim line but only define the limits of patrolling as approved by Indira Gandhi CCS in 1976.

Chinese light tanks withdrawing from south banks of Pangong Tso as part of disengagement after the Indian counter strike on August 29-31, 2020.(AFP)
Chinese light tanks withdrawing from south banks of Pangong Tso as part of disengagement after the Indian counter strike on August 29-31, 2020.(AFP)
Published on Sep 26, 2022 09:48 AM IST

Chinese bridge over Pangong Tso indicates growing PLA threat to East Ladakh

With China’s no-limits ally Russia getting bogged down in Ukraine war, India needs to examine options to circumvent any disruption in its military hardware supply chains from Moscow, in future, as it faces a growing threat from PLA across the LAC.

Army Chief Gen Manoj Pande reviewing security preparedness in Ladakh sector on May 12.
Army Chief Gen Manoj Pande reviewing security preparedness in Ladakh sector on May 12.
Updated on May 23, 2022 02:00 PM IST

‘Whose territory…’ Chidambaram on MEA saying Chinese bridge in ‘occupied area'

The Ministry of External Affairs said that the area where China is building a second bridge across the Pangong Lake is perceived as an ‘occupied area.'

Congress leader P Chidambaram.(ANI)
Congress leader P Chidambaram.(ANI)
Published on May 20, 2022 06:39 PM IST

‘Area under illegal occupation for 60 years’: MEA on Chinese bridge over Pangong

The bridge over the narrow section of Pangong lake is reported to be almost complete and is expected to enhance the road connectivity for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA).

The ministry also dismissed the reports of Chinese soldiers hoisting its national flag in Galwan Valley as “factually incorrect”. (PTI PHOTO/ representational image)
The ministry also dismissed the reports of Chinese soldiers hoisting its national flag in Galwan Valley as “factually incorrect”. (PTI PHOTO/ representational image)
Published on Jan 06, 2022 06:22 PM IST

PLA can employ troops in forward areas at short notice, says army chief Naravane

Both armies have 50,000-60,000 troops each in the Ladakh theatre, and deployments haven’t thinned after the disengagement in Pangong Tso, Naravane said.

After a promising start in the Pangong Tso area, the disengagement process between the two armies has hit a wall as a result of PLA’s reluctance to pull back its forward deployed troops from Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang, and restore the status quo ante of April 2020.(AFP)
After a promising start in the Pangong Tso area, the disengagement process between the two armies has hit a wall as a result of PLA’s reluctance to pull back its forward deployed troops from Hot Springs, Gogra and Depsang, and restore the status quo ante of April 2020.(AFP)
Published on May 28, 2021 09:17 PM IST
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